PHOTO: Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn. PEOPLE
Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn, two of the most private celebrities in the entertainment industry, have reportedly purchased a $16 million mansion in North London before their split. The news of their purchase, which was first reported by The Sun, has sent shockwaves across the media world.
The mansion, which is located in the upscale neighborhood of Hampstead, reportedly features seven bedrooms, a cinema, a gym, a swimming pool, and a wine cellar. The property is said to be located in a secluded area and is surrounded by a large garden.
The purchase of the mansion, which was reportedly made in cash, was seen by many as a sign that the couple was serious about their relationship. Swift, who is known for being private about her personal life, had reportedly been spending a lot of time in London with Alwyn, and the couple was said to be happy together.
However, news of the couple’s split has now raised questions about the future of the property. According to reports, the couple purchased the mansion through a shell company, which means that their names are not on the property deed. This could complicate matters if they decide to sell the property or if they need to divide assets in the event of a separation.
Despite the uncertainty surrounding the future of the property, fans of the couple have been quick to express their sadness at the news of their split. Swift and Alwyn, who have been together for four years, have kept their relationship largely out of the public eye, but they have been spotted together on several occasions.
Swift, who is one of the most successful musicians of all time, has sold over 50 million albums and 150 million singles worldwide. Alwyn, who is an actor, has starred in films such as “The Favourite” and “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk.”
While the news of their split has undoubtedly come as a shock to many of their fans, Swift and Alwyn have both maintained a low profile since the news broke. It remains to be seen what the future holds for the couple, but for now, the $16 million mansion in North London stands as a reminder of what was once a happy relationship.